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Correspondence between J.M. Keynes, his brother, Geoffrey Keynes, and his sister-in-law, 1897 - 1946

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Reference Code: GBR/0272/JMK/PP/45/167

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, partly in the form of photocopies. 1897-1946.
This file also contains 1 carbon typed letter from Geoffrey Keynes to John Neville Keynes, 20 Sept. 1914; off-prints of 3 articles by Geoffrey Keynes, 1926, 1932; carbon typescript notes for J.M. Keynes' executors, 30 Apr. 1941; 1 carbon typed letter, signed, from J.M. Keynes to A. Exley, 3 Oct. 1941; 1 autograph letter, signed, from A. Exley to Geoffrey Keynes, 30 Sept. 1941; 2 autograph letters, signed from E. Rosenbaum to J.M. Keynes, 9 and 21 Feb. 1943; roneo typescript notes on Imperial Tobacco and Woolworths from Laurence, Keen and Gardner, stockbrokers, Nov. 1943; 1 carbon typed letter, signed from J.M. Keynes to E. Maggs, 26 Jan. 1944; 1 typed letter, signed, from W.R. Darwin, of Laurence, Keen and Gardner, to J.M. Keynes, 23 Feb. 1944; 1 carbon typed letter, signed from J.M. Keynes to R.W. Darwin of Laurence, Keen and Gardner, 25 Feb. 1944; a cutting on J.M. Keynes' barber, 11 July 1944; and 1 carbon typed letter, signed from J.M. Keynes to Brendan Bracken, 25 Nov. 1944.

Dates

  • 1897 - 1946

Creator

Extent

1 envelope(s) (c. 220 items in envelope) : paper

Language of Materials

English

Related Materials

There is a manuscript letter from Geoffrey Keynes to JMK dated 19 July 1939 in the Keynes Rare Book collection, David Hume’s 'Dialogues concerning Natural Religion' (1779), classmark: Keynes.F.22.29.

Originator(s)

Keynes, Geoffrey Langdon; Keynes, Margaret; Exley, A.; Rosenbaum, F.; Laurence, Keen and Gardner

Finding aid date

1999-07-24 14:02:22+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Archive Centre, King's College, Cambridge Repository

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